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Published on Sep 10, 2013
The European Court of Human Rights launched a short video in 31 languages on the criteria for admissibility, produced with the support of the Principality of Monaco. The video, which is approximately three minutes long, is aimed at the general public and sets out the main conditions required in order to apply to the Court; failure to satisfy these conditions is the reason why the vast majority of applications are rejected. The video on admissibility is intended to remind members of the public wishing to apply to the Court that they must first satisfy certain criteria, failing which their application may be declared inadmissible. The Court is keen to encourage any initiatives aimed at making use of the video in awareness-raising programs on human rights or in civic education courses.